You could earn £500 an hour telling rich people how to spend their money

You could earn £500 an hour telling rich people how to spend their money

(Picture: Getty)You could earn £500 an hour telling millionaires how to spend their money. Yes, really.
A website dubbed ‘Amazon for millionaires’ has launched the world’s first millionaire concierge service for member of the public who become extreme wealthy very quickly.
The service is launching after it was announced the National Lottery would be making 40 people in the UK ‘millionaires’ during this Friday’s Euromillions draw.
The draw will be making 40 UK residents guaranteed millionaires, regardless of whether their numbers come up.
The company is also looking for members of the public to add to its roster of concierges. is aiming the service at people who get rich fast, either through inheritance, sudden fame, or winning the lottery.

(Picture: Getty)The job of the concierge will be to ‘hand-hold’ newly made millionaires through the initial stages of coming into the money.
You’ll have to be on-call to help millionaires with whatever problems arise after they gain access to their money.
You’ll also need to advise them on where to keep their money, and give guidance on investments, as well as what things they should buy first – such as a house or a car.
As well as this, the person who gets the job will also have to advise on how to avoid freeloaders and gold diggers, and how to adjust to such a big lifestyle change.
For each of the 40 Brits who become millionaires on Friday 1 March, is offering the service for free – in order to give all of them the best chance of making the most of their money.
However, for ‘normal’ millionaires who need guidance on how to spend their money, the service is priced at around £1,000 per two hour consultation, meaning that for approved concierges, they could be earning up to £5,000 a day, dependent on how many clients they have.

(Picture: Getty)People interested in becoming a millionaire concierge will need to go through a rigorous selection process, and will be required to take part in a concierge guidance program, which will teach normal members of the public how to be a Millionaire Concierge.
Aaron Harpin, founder said: ‘Too often we’ve seen people who come into extreme wealth waste it, and sometimes even find themselves in a worse position than they were before they earned their money. However, we’re hoping that with our service launch this won’t happen again.
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‘When we saw the news that they were making 40 people in the UK millionaires on the 1 March we knew that we needed to do something to help the winners, who will inevitably face numerous challenges when they get their hands on their money.
‘When you come into wealth there are people from all walks of your life, old and new, who would love to be involved, and the job of our concierges is simply to make sure that each of those 40 people, and other millionaires from across the globe, make the right decisions.’
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